Professional Social Integration Project - Narrow The Gap Community Program
1. Organization overview:
- Name: Ho Chi Minh City Child Welfare Association
- Established year: 17/10/1988
- Address: 85/65 Pham Viet Chanh, Ward 19, Binh Thanh District, City. Ho Chi Minh
- Representative: Do Thi Loc
- Title: Project manager
2. Project scopes:
- Time: 2/5/2014 - 31/12/2014
3. Target community / beneficiaries:
- Preventing and protecting young men and women migrating from abuse and exploitation through outreach activities, detecting that they are victims of exploitation or at high risk records for intervention.
- Male and female youth migrants and early workers are equipped with knowledge, skills, health care, psychological counseling to know how to protect themselves through communication and group training activities.
- Male and female adolescents are supported with expenses during their apprenticeship or finding new jobs, to avoid exploitation and abuse.
1. Initiative proposal:
- Approaching and advising young men and women on the streets, market areas, and places attracting migrant workers to detect victims of victims or at high risk of needing intervention.
- Receive and set up social profiles of children to track
- Select the target audience.
- Organize 5 times of group communication and training for male, female migrant and street youth who are at high risk or who are victims of exploitation or abuse.
- Orientation counseling for children to choose a career that is suitable for their qualifications, abilities and aspirations.
Help children find stable accommodation, health care, and psychological counseling during their apprenticeship
- Contact vocational training center, tuition support.
- Track your child's progress until the end of the course.
- Supporting children to find jobs.
2. Goals:
Contribute to protecting and create equal development opportunities for migrant youth in difficult circumstances through the provision of health care support services, psychological counseling, career orientation, and referral. employment, providing knowledge and life skills to help them have a stable life and social integration.
3. Expected outcomes:
- At least 100 children have been approached, 20 children with initial information (name, hometown, reasons for leaving the family, work used to ...) to file into the project.
- There are at least 100 children to participate in communication sessions, group training with groups of about 20 children per class on topics: HIV prevention, prevention of sexual abuse, child exploitation, expenditure management consumption, children's rights ...
- At least 20 children are supported with vocational training and job seeking to avoid abuse and exploitation

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